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1 Daniel Ballard  Fri, Feb 24, 2012 8:32:37am

I should learn to code this so the images are next to each other.

2 CuriousLurker  Fri, Feb 24, 2012 9:32:40am

Try this:

In a separate tab from this page, go to my pastebin to get the new code.

Highlight & copy all the code in the box that says RAW Paste Data.

Come back to the tab with this page. In edit mode, go to the section where the images are. With your mouse, highlight all the code the 3 images are wrapped in—should look like this.

Paste the new code into its place & preview.

That should do it. If it looks wonky or you otherwise have problems, you can always go back to my paste bin and get the original code:

Original code
New code

3 Daniel Ballard  Fri, Feb 24, 2012 9:34:43am

re: #2 CuriousLurker

Try this:

In a separate tab from this page, go to my pastebin to get the new code.

Highlight & copy all the code in the box that says RAW Paste Data.

Come back to the tab with this page. In edit mode, go to the section where the images are. With your mouse, highlight all the code the 3 images are wrapped in—should look like this.

Paste the new code into its place & preview.

That should do it. If it looks wonky or you otherwise have problems, you can always go back to my paste bin and get the original code:

Original code
New code

Thank you very much!! That's a keeper.

4 CuriousLurker  Fri, Feb 24, 2012 9:41:26am

re: #3 Daniel Ballard

Thank you very much!! That's a keeper.

You're welcome! They look much better side by side.

Back on topic, after your last PolitiFact page it'll be interesting to see how their fact checking compares with others this time round.

5 Daniel Ballard  Fri, Feb 24, 2012 10:24:30am

Yeah, after some lively disagreement on a couple of Obamas statements I thought to expand my Page coverage of the various fact check organizations through the election. As an indie/anti partisan kind of guy, I tend to watch the truthfulness of the candidates or office holders by way of judging their suitability for office.

I'd rather vote an honest candidate on the other side than a liar on my side. I'm weird that way.


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